Canada Border Services Agency charges Alberta woman with immigration fraud

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The Canada Border Services Agency says a woman from northern Alberta has been charged with immigration fraud. The agency alleges the Fort McMurray woman impersonated an immigration consultant and assisted people with permanent resident applications.

Impersonated an immigration consultant

It also alleges she filed documents needed before an employer in Canada can hire a foreign worker. The agency says 11 people and nine business owners were affected. Charie Santos has been charged under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. She is to appear in Fort McMurray provincial court on Wednesday.

Read more at Metro News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.